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The focus moves from identity to learning and, in keeping with the structure of the book, first considers this from an organisational perspective. Training and education within the British police has changed on numerous occasions throughout history. This chapter charts these changes by exploring the changing nature of police education and training. It does this by, first, more fully analysing the difference between education and training, and then by considering the changing focus of this within the police environment. The policing organisation has moved from a time when all training and some education took place ‘on the job’ to the current situation of recruitment, often solely coming from the wider police family and recruits funding aspects of their training through pre-join qualifications.
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